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Does anyone know where to source this in the US? I can't seem to find it anywhere; preferably close to OH/MI as well.

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Are you sure Millennium stone is not called by a different name in the US? Like you, I also ran a search and only found a place in the UK that sells it. To me, it does resemble Elephant stone and also some Seiryu rock.



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Are you sure Millennium stone is not called by a different name in the US? Like you, I also ran a search and only found a place in the UK that sells it. To me, it does resemble Elephant stone and also some Seiryu rock.



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That's it! Elephant Skin stone appears to be it. Thank you!

Seiryu stone is close, but much more jagged and less banding, at least IMO.

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That's it! Elephant Skin stone appears to be it. Thank you!

Seiryu stone is close, but much more jagged and less banding, at least IMO.

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Happy to help!

Let us know how it is after you get some.

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Seiryu stone, elephant stone, millenium stone, these are just marketing names for the same thing.

Weathered limestone. Sometimes will be called landscaping stone or mini landscaping stone. Probably has a dozen other names as well. At the end of the day though its all just limestone that has had at least 1 side exposed to the elements for enough years to gain texture.
 
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